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Peer support and teacher self-efficacy: A case study of the transition to emergency remote teaching during COVID-19Download
Understanding how teachers used peer-to-peer support to navigate challenging teaching situations lies at the heart of this research. The purpose of this research was to better understand how engaging in peer support between teachers shapes teacher self-efficacy. This project used a case study...
Background: Perinatal stroke is a vascular brain injury between the 20th gestational week and the 28th postnatal day. Perinatal stroke can lead to significant impairments to daily functional abilities and executive functions (EF: inhibition, working memory, and shifting). Longitudinal research...
SSHRC Awarded CG 2021 - The COVID-19 pandemic, in introducing new forms of isolation and exacerbating health and economic disparities, has disproportionately deepened inequities and exclusions in some communities more than others, in the process raising new questions about what kind of society...
Robotics, Smart Wearable Technologies, and Autonomous Intelligent Systems for Healthcare During the COVID‐19 Pandemic: An Analysis of the State of the Art and Future VisionDownload
Herein, how robotic and autonomous systems and smart wearables complement and support healthcare delivery and the healthcare staff during the COVID‐19 pandemic are presented. For instance, robotic and telerobotic systems significantly reduce the risk of infectious disease transmission to...
Semi-supervised learning for understanding the effects of COVID-19 on mental health from Twitter dataDownload
More contagious virus variants plunge parts of Canada into the third wave of the pandemic which likely contributes to rising mental health difficulties. It is speculated that the fourth wave of the pandemic is going to be a mental health wave which will be sustained for a very long time. Now it...